Launch your Pilot Career at Ignite Flight Academy & graduate in 10 Months!

Handheld guidance to help you start your aviation career from standard ratings & certification to assured placement assistance.

10 Months of Training

1500 Flight hours

14 Mon. of instructing

7 Ratings

Course timeline

Begin Program with Zero Experience and Graduate in 10 Months
WEEKS
Private Pilot

The first step towards becoming an airline pilot is earning your Private Pilot Certificate.

0-12
Instrument Rating

Add an instrument rating to your private pilot certificate, which will allow you to fly in all kinds of weather.

12-20
Commercial Pilot

After gaining crew-style flight experience, earn your single-engine Commercial Pilot Certificate.

20-28
Certified Flight Instructor

Become a flight instructor – the best way to gain experience and meet airline minimums.

28-32
Multi-Engine

Multi engine allows the privilege to operate larger and faster aircraft and gives you the required certification needed to transition into airline or charter operations.

32-40

Optional

CFII

Certified Flight Instructor – Instrument Add-on helps you gain the relevant flight experience necessary to satisfy the requirements of the Airline Transport Pilot certificate.

+4W
MEI

Multi-Engine Instructor Add-On helps you gain the relevant flight experience necessary to satisfy the requirements of the Airline Transport Pilot certificate.

+4W

what are your co-pilots saying

Attended the workshop

40,000+

Avg Rating

9.3/10

Attended the workshop

40,000+

Avg Rating

9.3/10

Program phases

GAIN EXPERIENCE AS A PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR

EARN YOUR CERTIFICATES AND RATINGS

CAREER PLACEMENT AND PROGRESSION

Hear from your Flight Instructors

My love for aviation started with building remote controlled airplanes and then eventually wondered what it would look like to the inside. I am excited to share aviation with my students and help you explore the opportunities aviation.

Phase one : Flight Training

Training for your pilot career will require you to earn a series of certificates and ratings that build on each other to increase your skills and abilities as a pilot. Below is a list of the standard ratings and certificates that a flight training student working toward a career in charter, airlines, or another similar pilot job would need to earn.

FLIGHT RATINGS ACHIEVED

PPL

IFR

CSEL

CMEL

CFI

CFII

MEI

"I can't believe they're letting me do this! Being able to fly every day and becoming a Commercial Pilot is literally my dream coming true. Don't wait, follow your dreams."

~Kate 

Phase two : begin your career

Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) are consistently in high demand, and working as a CFI allows you to get paid while you invest in flight training students and log the 1,500 hours you need to be employed by commercial airlines. At this point in your own flight training, you should have about 250 to 275 hours of flight time.

enjoy benefits from : our airline partners

Benefits can begin immediately after you begin working as a CFI.

Airline & Travel Benefits | mentorship programs | advanced seniority accrual expedited hiring processes and more

0
average flight hours for new CFI
0
flight hours needed to work for airline

Phase three : career progression and placement

A final phase in our Professional Pilot Training Academy is career placement assistance. In addition to career progression opportunities at Ignite Flight and the relationships we have with our partner airlines, we also have a network of contacts within charter, law enforcement, freight, and other institutions who can help provide excellent career opportunities. It is our goal to help you achieve your pilot career goals and make informed decisions as you complete our program.

Career Options After Course

Get in touch with us

Course timeline

Begin Program with Zero Experience and Graduate in 10 Months
WEEKS
Private Pilot

The first step towards becoming an airline pilot is earning your Private Pilot Certificate.

0-12
Instrument Rating

Add an instrument rating to your private pilot certificate, which will allow you to fly in all kinds of weather.

12-20
Commercial Pilot

After gaining crew-style flight experience, earn your single-engine Commercial Pilot Certificate.

20-28
Certified Flight Instructor

Become a flight instructor – the best way to gain experience and meet airline minimums.

28-32
Multi-Engine

Multi engine allows the privilege to operate larger and faster aircraft and gives you the required certification needed to transition into airline or charter operations.

32-40

Optional

CFII

Certified Flight Instructor – Instrument Add-on helps you gain the relevant flight experience necessary to satisfy the requirements of the Airline Transport Pilot certificate.

+4W
MEI

Multi-Engine Instructor Add-On helps you gain the relevant flight experience necessary to satisfy the requirements of the Airline Transport Pilot certificate.

+4W

what are your co-pilots saying

Attended the workshop

40,000+

Avg Rating

9.3/10

Attended the workshop

40,000+

Avg Rating

9.3/10

Program phases

GAIN EXPERIENCE AS A PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR

EARN YOUR CERTIFICATES AND RATINGS

CAREER PLACEMENT AND PROGRESSION

Hear from your Flight Instructors

My love for aviation started with building remote controlled airplanes and then eventually wondered what it would look like to the inside. I am excited to share aviation with my students and help you explore the opportunities aviation.

Phase one : Flight Training

Training for your pilot career will require you to earn a series of certificates and ratings that build on each other to increase your skills and abilities as a pilot. Below is a list of the standard ratings and certificates that a flight training student working toward a career in charter, airlines, or another similar pilot job would need to earn.

FLIGHT RATINGS ACHIEVED

PPL

IFR

CSEL

CMEL

CFI

CFII

MEI

"I can't believe they're letting me do this! Being able to fly every day and becoming a Commercial Pilot is literally my dream coming true. Don't wait, follow your dreams."

~Kate 

Phase two : begin your career

Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) are consistently in high demand, and working as a CFI allows you to get paid while you invest in flight training students and log the 1,500 hours you need to be employed by commercial airlines. At this point in your own flight training, you should have about 250 to 275 hours of flight time.

enjoy benefits from : our airline partners

Benefits can begin immediately after you begin working as a CFI.

Airline & Travel Benefits | mentorship programs | advanced seniority accrual expedited hiring processes and more

0
average flight hours for new CFI
0
flight hours needed to work for airline

Phase three : career progression and placement

A final phase in our Professional Pilot Training Academy is career placement assistance. In addition to career progression opportunities at Ignite Flight and the relationships we have with our partner airlines, we also have a network of contacts within charter, law enforcement, freight, and other institutions who can help provide excellent career opportunities. It is our goal to help you achieve your pilot career goals and make informed decisions as you complete our program.

Career Options After Course

Get in touch with us

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